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914-246-0333

Curious-on-Hudson offers innovative learning opportunities for students in K-5 and middle school. We develop and deliver STEAM enrichment programs and products focused on science, technology and engineering, as well as creative and applied arts. 

The majority of our programs are offered through partnerships with school and community-based organizations. In addition, we provide enrichment activities on behalf of corporate sponsors wishing to make a contribution to their own communities.

Curious-on-Hudson instructors provide virtual or in-person instruction centered around our unique and rich curriculum of STEAM projects. In addition, we provide hands-on learning opportunities for students through our kits.  Learn about our Curious DIY Kits at this link.

Our telephone number is 914-246-0333 or you can reach us by email at [email protected]

Instructional Services

Let us lead a class at your organization, whether it be a one-time special enrichment class or an on-going enrichment series. Our dedicated instructors are passionate about bringing highly engaging hands-on learning to all students. Contact Adele Falco ([email protected]) to arrange for our services.

 

STEM/STEAM Programs

Curious-on-Hudson provides enrichment programming for schools and community organizations. Our work is original, hands-on and above all, inspirational. We strive for academically rich and innovative programs that find new ways to interest students in the world around them. From our STEAM Innovators Program to enrichment for early elementary students, we make it work for you and your organization.

O Tell us how we can make something great  for your school!

Curious DIY Kits for Students

Curious-on-Hudson develops unique kits for students in elementary through middle school (and early high school) that teach fundamental concepts through hands-on projects. Our kits are designed for educators to use in the classroom and come complete with all the resources needed to develop an engaging, hands-on educational lesson. Learn more at: http://curiousdiykits.com